Leaf Blowing

Leaf blowers are an essential tool for us as a gardening company. Since their invention in the 1970`s they have become very popular, due to the amount of time they save the professional when undertaking most clean up tasks, they are far more cost effective than a rake, yard brush or other hand tools. With modern technology our models have become up to seventy five percent less noisy so you don’t have to worry about us disturbing your neighbours, and our models are capable of producing up to a one hundred and twenty five mile an hour wind, making them even more powerful and versatile. They can now be used to clear gutters, remove fluffy snow, and remove grass clipping, as well as moving large quantities of leaves to name just a few. We also use them for cleaning areas of gravel, chip or landscaping bark as they give little disruption to the surface below, which impossible when using hand tools.

So if you dread the arrival of autumn and the falling leaves, or just need an area swept clean of debris leave it to us. We will make light work of it and are always cheaper than the cost of hiring the equipment. Alternatively we could help reduce the amount of leaves by pruning and reducing trees to avoid unnecessary ongoing expenses, or put a maintenance schedule together to clear lawns of fallen leaves and rotting fruit, which if left would damage the lawn. If costal winds are a problem blowing unwanted sand on to your property we will be happy to blow it back where it belongs.

Gardeners tip

Did you know blowers can be great for moving snow, so don’t forget to ask us about our snow clearance and gritting service available in prolonged periods of winter weather. This service is particularly suitable for elderly and vulnerable people where there is risk of slipping when leaving their property.

Covering the following areas in Conwy, North Wales

Betws-yn-Rhos, Betws-y-Coed, Conwy, Conwy Valley, Colwyn Bay, Deganwy, Dolgarrog, Eglwysbach, Old Colwyn, Dolwen, Dolwyddelan, Glan Conwy, Llandudno, Llandudno Junction, Llanfairfechan, Llanrhos, Llanrwst, Mochdre, Penmaenmawr, Trefriw and all surrounding towns